Not to be confused with the 1948 Bob Hope movie of the same name.
The Paleface can be seen at Google Video.
The Paleface contains examples of:
- Babies Ever After: Subverted. That would seem to be the obvious payoff to a title card that follows a kiss and reads, "Two years later," but instead it shows Buster and his girl still in their clinch (making it the longest screen kiss ever).
- Burn the Witch!: Or in this case, the first white man to dare show his face.
- The Door Slams You: Variation — the door is forced off its hinges and Buster is trapped beneath it.
- Fanservice: Buster's bare arms as he makes the asbestos suit.
- Fireman's Safety Net: Improvised with an Indian blanket.
- Flaying Alive: Subverted with the dodgy toupee.
- Nice Hat: Buster accessorizes his trademark hat with an eagle's feather. The chief villain wears a silk top hat.
- Out of the Inferno: Courtesy of the asbestos suit.